Common Sexual Concerns Impacting AFAB (Assigned Female at Birth) People with Vulvas - AASECT and APA CEUs
This workshop is designed for professionals pursuing training in sex therapy, education, or counseling or who are currently engaged in the field or sex therapy and/or education. In this workshop, we will explore common sexual concerns from a holistic perspective. What this means is we will identify the physiology of each primary DSM-5 dysfunction as well as the social, emotional, and psychological implications from causality to treatment. Students will learn the physiology of major medical conditions that contribute to sexual “dys”-function as well as current inclusive treatment options. The c...Read moreourse covers the primary therapeutic models used to treat sexual dysfunction as it pertains to orgasm, sexual pain, and low desire for Assigned Female at Birth People with Vulvas and people with AFAB reproductive systems.
Core Knowledge Areas: B, C G, I Less...
- Identify at least two medical conditions which can contribute to sexual dysfunction
- Describe the differences between gender identity, sexual orientation, assigned gender at birth, gender expression, and relationship/romantic orientation.
- Identify the difference between vaginismus and dyspareunia
- Identify one major criterion used in the DSM-5 that impacts Assigned Female at Birth People with Vulvas
- Describe at least one way to apply the PLISSIT Model to sexual concerns
- Describe the two competing elements within Bancroft’s Dual Control Model
- List two classes of medication in addition to two brand-name medications which may impede sexual desire and function
- List and explain at least three symptoms of sexual dysfunction that require referral to a medical provider
Friday, March 24, 2023
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About the speaker
Mia Fine, PhD, LMFT, CST, CSE (They/She)
Mia is a student of Queer Theory, Intersectionality, and social justice, and offers holistic, anti-oppressive, and trauma-informed therapy. They utilize the modalities of EMDR Trauma Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Wheel of Consent, DBT, and Transformative Justice in their therapeutic and educational work.
Mia’s clients tend to be people navigating sexual health concerns, eroticism, intimacy, kink, LGBTQIA+ genders/orientations/sexualities, desire discrepancy, and navigating multiple intimate relationships. They are on the Pan Eros Board of Directors, an adjunct professor at Antioch University, and faculty at the Institute for Sexuality, Education, and Enlightenment (ISEE). Mia offers a variety of educational workshops and training for organizations, schools, and therapeutic practices. When they’re not working, you can find Mia practicing self-care by climbing mountains, spending quality time in community, and finding new and exciting ways to adventure.
CE Information - Earn 3 CE Credit Hours
American Psychological Association
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists
Council for Relationships # 11-111A.
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